From The Boston Globe:
It didn’t take long for Francisco (“Cisco’’) Correia to make up his mind. “I’d pick the dog,” he blurted from his perch on the floor, interrupting his teacher halfway through her reading of “What Pet Should I Get?”
Others chimed in: “I bet it’s a cat.” “It might be a monster.”
Cisco and 10 fellow 6-year-olds in a Milton summer-enrichment class (The Whimsical World of Dr. Seuss) were among the first kids in the country to hear the newest Seussian tale. Published on Tuesday, the book was discovered by Dr. Seuss’s widow, Audrey Geisel, and his longtime assistant, Claudia Prescott, in a box two decades after his death.
Read the full story here: http://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/books/2015/07/31/local-kids-give-new-seuss-book-thumbs